Summary: This game really test your ability to sharpen your 2D platforming skills. Every time I play this game I get a little better and unlock new levels, but always come to find that I still have quite a ways to go before I'm the world's best video gamer.
Summary: This game is awesome, I purchased it a long time ago with no knowledge on the looks of the game in action but boy when I got it this game is fantastic and will have you staring at that NDS screen for hours, no exaggeration. If you want a game for tons of fun for spare time: this is it. If you want a great game for power outages: this is it. If you want a game because you can't get ahold of Super Mario or you want another this is a big competitor, really satisfying.
Summary: N+ was originally just N, a free PC game that made you a ninja out to get gold, along with avoiding obstacles and getting to the exit. I am happy to say that N+ delivers. With 250 levels, this is just the kind of game I was expecting. It's a great game and the learning curve is almost nonexistent. If you have played the original version, then you know it is simply a run and jump game. No power ups, special moves, etc.
Summary: N+ is a simple little game where you control a ninja and try to collect as much gold as you can while trying to escape from numerous stages filled with challenges that test your gaming skills. While the first few stages are easy at first the later ones may very well take you to your limits. The game is great for road trips, or for some relaxing fun. Although, some stages may be quite frustrating, but that is also all in the fun!
Brutal, psychotically evil, and unbelievably addictive
Brian Connors, Amazon
16 April 2010
Summary: The premise of the game is simple, if a bit postmodern; the gameplay is simple as well -- a little Prince of Persia, a little Sonic the Hedgehog, and a seemingly straightforward control scheme. However, there's a grand tradition in the ROM hacker world to take classic games (particularly Super Mario Brothers) and rearrange the levels to make them damn near impossible; N+ is as close to those horrifyingly sadistic games as it can be while still being a saleable product.